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Jonathan S Stinson: Bioabsorbable marker having radiopaque constituents. Schneider, Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren, January 16, 2001: US06174330 (401 worldwide citation)

A temporary bioabsorbable-radiopaque marker for use on an implantable endoprosthesis. The bioabsorbable-radiopaque marker is adapted to be disposed on or adjacent an implantable endoprosthesis in a body lumen for a predetermined amount of time until the bioabsorbable and radiopaque materials are abs ...


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Jonathan S Stinson, Claude O Clerc, David W Mayer: Titanium alloy self-expanding stent. Schneider, Faegre & Benson, March 30, 1999: US05888201 (371 worldwide citation)

A self-expanding stent formed from helically wound and braided filaments of titanium or titanium alloys such as Ti-13Zr-13Nb.


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Jonathan S Stinson: Cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy stent and stent-graft. Schneider, Faegre & Benson, April 6, 1999: US05891191 (356 worldwide citation)

A self-expanding stent formed of helically wound and braided filaments of wrought cobalt, chromium and molybdenum alloy containing less than about five weight percent nickel. The composition of the alloy from which one embodiment of the stent is formed is Co-26Cr-6Mo-1Si-1Fe-1Mn-1Ni.


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Jonathan S Stinson: Bioabsorbable self-expanding stent. Schneider, Frederick W Niebuhr, Andrew D Ryan, Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren, June 12, 2001: US06245103 (327 worldwide citation)

A self-expanding stent formed from helically wound and braided filaments of bioabsorbable polymers such as PLA, PLLA, PDLA, and PGA.


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Diane K Burnside, Jonathan S Stinson, Paul F Chouinard: Stent-graft with bioabsorbable structural support. Boston Scientific SciMed, Frederick W Niebuhr Esq, Larkins Hoffman Daly & Lindgren, September 30, 2003: US06626939 (301 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a stent-graft with a bioabsorbable structure and a permanent graft for luminal support and treatment of arterial fistulas, occlusive disease, and aneurysms. The bioabsorbable structure is formed from braided filaments of materials such as PLA, PLLA, PDLA, and PGA and the gra ...


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Jonathan S Stinson: Bioabsorbable implantable endoprosthesis with reservoir. Schneider, Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren, November 9, 1999: US05980564 (286 worldwide citation)

A bioabsorbable implantable endoprosthesis having elongate elements including hollow, cavity or porous portions adapted to accumulate by-product from the degradation of the bioabsorbable material and shortening the diffusion distance for water absorption and thereby relatively increasing the degrada ...


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Jonathan S Stinson, Claude O Clerc: Radiopaque marker system and method of use. Schneider, Frederick W Niebuhr, Andrew D Ryan, Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren, June 26, 2001: US06251135 (267 worldwide citation)

A temporary and retrievable radiopaque marker and discrete radiopaque marker for use on an implantable endoprosthesis. The elongate marker has a proximal end, a distal end, and a thickness. At least a portion of the marker is radiopaque and the marker is removably-attached to the implantable endopro ...


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Jonathan S Stinson: Medical stent with a valve and related methods of manufacturing. SciMed Life Systems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, September 14, 2004: US06790237 (208 worldwide citation)

Medical stents having valves and their methods of manufacture are disclosed. The valve may be basket-shaped and formed integral to a medical stent to prevent undesirable backflow across the valve. The valve can be formed by converting the braided wires of the stent, by providing elastomeric material ...


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Jonathan S Stinson: Bioabsorbable marker having radiopaque constituents. Boston Scientific Scimed, Frederick W Niebuhr Esq, Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren, September 30, 2003: US06626936 (202 worldwide citation)

A temporary bioabsorbable-radiopaque marker for use on an implantable endoprosthesis. The bioabsorbable-radiopaque marker is adapted to be disposed on or adjacent an implantable endoprosthesis in a body lumen for a predetermined amount of time until the bioabsorbable and radiopaque materials are abs ...


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Jonathan S Stinson: Process for making bioabsorbable self-expanding stent. Boston Scientific Scimed, Frederick W Niebuhr Esq, Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren, April 13, 2004: US06719934 (191 worldwide citation)

A self-expanding stent formed from helically wound and braided filaments of bioabsorbable polymers such as PLA, PLLA, PDLA, and PGA.